It has a moose antler chandelier. What could possibly be keeping such a fine ski lodge on the market for over a year? Ski season isn't over, but if this house doesn't sell soon, it may sit through yet another lonely summer. The 4 bedroom, 3 bath, 3,965 square foot cabin (cabin?) sits in Snoqualmie Pass within easy access of the ski lifts. They're asking $1,387,000 for a quintessential modern mountain home that's far more luxurious than settlers' cabins. This one has 28 foot tall ceilings, radiant heat floors, and an outdoor fireplace on a heated deck. The row of tall chairs along the kitchen island is handy for skiers who don't want to wedge themselves under a table. A fireplace pit must be cozier than letting all the warm air go straight up. The refrigerator even has glass doors so tired folk can zero in on what they want from across the room. When the day is done, the rest of the bedrooms look comfortable enough, but the master suite gets an entrance of double art glass doors. Fancy. So, why hasn't it sold? A tour could probably tell; but it might be the view of the institutional style building next door. Lifties have to live somewhere, eh?
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Written by Tom Trimbath